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The Way You Love Your Child is Key to Their Mental Health

By | April 15th, 2022|Anger Stress and Health, Family Counseing, Parenting Counseling, stress|

The Way You Love Your Child is Key to Their Mental Health The way you love your child is the most significant factor in determining his or her mental health. One-third of children between 3-17 years of age in America have at least one mental health problem. So it may be present in your [...]

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Unintentional Consequences of Overdosing in Adolescents – What are the signs?

By | February 17th, 2022|Anxiety therapy, couples therapy, Family Counseing, Parenting Counseling, stress|

Protecting Your Child From Unintentional Overdosing Is someone dear to you, like your teenage child, a niece or nephew or a sibling taking prescribed medication for chronic pain or anxiety and depression? Does it ever cross you mind that there is a danger of overdosing? A report in the New York Times from November [...]

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Three Ways to Make Bad Feelings Less Sticky

By | January 20th, 2022|Anger Stress and Health, Anxiety Treatment, Breakups and Separation, Insecurity Counseling, stress|

Three Ways to Make Bad Feelings Less Sticky Every client I have worked with shares their despair that their bad feelings won’t go away, and that nothing they do makes it better. Getting distracted for a while by being busy; sleeping; vegetating in front of a screen or immersing yourself in a job doesn’t [...]

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Five Ways to Mange Post-pandemic Anxiety About Changes in Family Life

By | March 24th, 2021|Anxiety Treatment, Separation and Loss, stress|

Five Ways to Mange Post-pandemic Anxiety About Changes in Family Life A great deal of attention is being focused on adjusting to a post-pandemic world as vaccinations make it safer to do so. A bunch of recent articles talk about post-pandemic social anxiety of being in crowded places and having rusty social skills in general. [...]

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Will Your New Year’s Resolution Last?

By | January 12th, 2021|Anger Stress and Health, stress|

Ever wonder why you end up fired up with a new years resolution, only to feel defeated a few weeks later? It's usually because you are coming from a place of "should" rather than authentic desire. The 'should' has a built in failure mechanism, where as the natural desire makes it a breeze.

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Good Feelings That Turn Bad Fast

By | October 19th, 2020|Anxiety therapy, Fear and Pani, Separation and Loss, separation counseling, stress|

 Good Feelings Can Scare you into the Familiar Arms of the Bad Feelings Good feelings turn bad so quick. Damn! You know only too well that pattern of feeling great one minute and then boom, you hear bad news, or your phone runs out of juice – those positive feelings get wiped out in a [...]

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Covid-19 Related Anxiety and Depression –

By | September 16th, 2020|Anxiety Treatment, Depression Counseling, stress|

Covid-19 related Anxiety and Depression Covid-19 related anxiety and depression rates show a 29% increase from pre-pandemic times a year ago  Are you part of the 1 in 3 people experiencing anxiety and depression during this pandemic? Perhaps you feel irritated more than you used to, helpless in a situation where you have no control. [...]

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Marriage Conflict Escalates in Times of Corona Virus Lock Down

By | April 8th, 2020|Anger Stress and Health, couples therapy, stress|

Marriage Conflict Escalates in Times of Corona Virus Lock Down Marriage conflict exists in the best of times, but during the enforced ‘stay at home’ orders, couples are thrown into a place of uncertainty that neither can control, nor reassure one and other about. The threat of getting sick, passing it on to family if [...]

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Loneliness Anxiety

By | February 26th, 2020|Fear and Pani, Insecurity Counseling, separation counseling, stress|

Loneliness Anxiety Loneliness anxiety is one of the hardest things to bear Loneliness anxiety is a wounding and scary feeling. Loneliness anxiety is an existential threat. It’s a sense of not existing in the mind of your loved ones – as if you don’t exist; that you don’t have a place on the radar of [...]

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Why Can’t I Control My Anger?

By | October 31st, 2019|Abusive Relationship Counseling, Anger Issues, Anger Management Counseling, stress|

Why Can’t I Control My Anger? “Why can’t I control my anger” is a desperate cry I hear from so many people who pick up the phone and desperately want help in turning that switch off. “Why can’t I control my anger when the slightest little thing irritates me?” “Why can’t I control my anger [...]

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